The internet is filled with helpful and useless information. Even if you are an industry veteran, you might not be familiar with some of the best things the internet can offer. For this week’s Thirsty Thursday blog, we decided to share some of the things we like.
The Science of Social Media podcast is a great podcast for marketers and brands interested in learning about new and exciting ways to implement social media marketing across different platforms and industries.
This podcast is a must listen to designers and creatives alike. Host Debbie Millman does a great job creating thought-provoking conversations with industry leaders like Seth Godin, Tim Ferriss, and much more.
A long time staple in American culture, The New Yorker features essays (fiction and non-fiction), cartoons, criticisms, and more. It is a great magazine to keep tabs on current events, economics, and sociology.
Delmondo is a video analytics software platform. Currently, they are the only Facebook Media Solutions Partner, providing Facebook Live analytic tools to help brands produce, measure, and monetize the best social video.
We discovered Todoist here at Thirsty a few months ago and we’ve been using it every day since then. Not only does Todoist helps us stay on top of our daily to-do list, it helps us stay organized with the many projects we have going on at once.
Feedly aggregates your RSS news/blog articles so you can read them in one place. I have all of my news and favorite blogs connected to Feedly so I don’t have to constantly check each website individually saving me a lot of time.
Quuu is a hand-curated content suggestion platform that automatically posts articles (you choose the categories) to your profiles. We’ve been using Quuu since they launched last year and it has helped us promote our blogs and extend our reach to new audiences.
ActiveCampaign is an integrated email marketing, marketing automation, and small business CRM. This is great for businesses who want to up their automated marketing power without breaking the bank. This is a great resource if you’re looking to graduate from Mailchimp.